Friday, March 4, 2011

West Portal Muni

Here are some more Cellphone Panoramas from my Samsung Captivate phone. Two are from the West Portal tunnel and the third from another station near Sloat and St. Francis. I learned that moving vehicles make lousy pano subjects since the cars whizzing by wrecked many attempts.

Friday, February 25, 2011

Android Panoramas

After upgrading my Samsung Galaxy S phone to Android 2.2, I found it had a panorama scene mode. Here are some first tests.

Saturday, February 5, 2011

Monday, March 29, 2010

Model Release

Name of Photographer: 
Name of Model: 
Agency/Client:
Brand/Product: 
Date of Shoot: 
Description of Shoot: 
Hours of work agreed: 
Fees:

I grant the photographer/agency/client and any licensees or assignees, the absolute right to use the photographs from the above mentioned photographic shoot, for the brand or product described above, solely and exclusively for

Usage: MEDIA , TERRITORY , TIME

(In this case it could have been …Packaging, U.S , 2 years)


I understand I have no interest in the copyright, or any moral rights, in the photograph

I am over 18 years of age


Name of Model: (Print)……………………………….
Signature of Model:…………………………………
Date: ………………………………………………….


In accepting the above release it is the responsibility of the photographer/agency/client not to use or authorise the use of the material except for the above media, territory and time periods. Further usage must be negotiated and agreed beforehand and in writing with the model.


Wednesday, December 2, 2009

St. Joseph's Coat Rose Petals

This abstract shot of Rose Petals was shot with a Panasonic DMC-ZS3 and a Raynox DCR-250 macro lens. Because the ZS3 has a 300mm effective zoom, it's very hard to hold it steady hand-held even with it's optical image stabilization. It is comparable hard to focus. The magnification is also much greater, probably bigger than 1 to 1.

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Saturday, September 26, 2009

Stanford X-Country RAce

I photographed the Stanford Invitational Cross Country Race today to shoot some sports for a photojournalism class. Huge meet with very little parking and it was hot. After the morning High School races, order broke down and everyone was crossing the red flagged lines, which is good because then I could get better photos. Mostly I shot the Stanford runners because they were in front and I figured I could identify them for my required captions. Here's one that I probably can't identify.
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Friday, July 3, 2009

Week 2 Beach Day


Week 2 Beach Day
Originally uploaded by wooac
Example of iPhoto Slideshow from Stanford Camp